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    Calculated Columns - Total Amortized and Total Unamortized



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    Hello Experts,
    How do you add a DAX Total Amortized column (years 2016 to 2018, in this example)? Then, add another DAX column Total Unamortized (Purchase Price - Total Amortized)?

    I've started with a data input table. Then, used Power Query to unpivot the years, deleted the total columns...hoping that I would rely on PowerPivot to produce the totals calculations instead...for a more robust expandable schedule in the future.

    Whatever total I came up with, it has always been paired next to each Year. How do you get just the 2 Total columns to show only at the end? I would like to keep the amount amortized by year (Year field dropped into the Column PivotTable field list)

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    I've attached my example. Could you please help me? It'll be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance,
    Ricky
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